June 8, 2022
June 5, 2022
Eco-friendly gardening, outdoor rooms and experiences are on the rise
May 20, 2022
Here are some things to consider if you’re deciding between renovating a property or tearing it to the ground
May 19, 2022
April sales were slowest since beginning of pandemic boom; median price for existing homes grew to $391,200
May 17, 2022
California’s wine country and two Sacramento Valley counties will see a dramatic increase in wildfire risk over the next three decades, according to a new report from a climate-change think tank.
May 17, 2022
A report found that nearly 80 million properties are at some risk of wildfire
May 13, 2022
Historically speaking, the ongoing housing boom is an anomaly. Over the past two years, U.S. home prices have soared 34.4%—including 19.8% over the past 12 months. For perspective, home prices have risen on average 4.6% per year since 1987.
May 8, 2022
Amid the pandemic, some developers in Hawaii, California and other areas are catering to buyers looking for furnished and pre-decorated homes
March 14, 2022
Enticed by record-low mortgage rates and employers allowing them to work from anywhere, home shoppers rushed into the housing market during the pandemic. That influx of buyers caused inventory—the number of homes for sale—to plummet. Of course, less supply in the face of higher demand is the perfect recipe for spiking home prices.
February 23, 2022
Entering into 2020, the nation already didn't have enough homes built to satisfy millennials who were entering into their peak first-time home-buying years. Then the COVID-19 crisis struck. The ensuing record low mortgage rates and flexible work from home policies—which allowed buyers to expand their home search further into the burbs—only attracted more buyers into an already tight and competitive market. Simply put: The pandemic created a perfect storm in the housing market.